Valorr strongly supports the mission of financial service firms to bring opportunity and economic growth to companies, their people, and surrounding communities. We partner with private equity firms to protect their companies, investors, and reputation from cyber risks.
Cyber Risk and Financial Services
Financial Service firms that have increased their operational focus are enjoying a competitive advantage stemming from their ability to strengthen their portfolio companies while at the same time identifying and mitigating challenges presented by rapidly changing markets. Valor works with financial service firms and leaders of portfolio companies to help them achieve greater confidence in this changing environment, with the necessary risk information to make more informed investment decisions.
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Risk InsightWith expanding regulations at both the state and federal levels, organizations are now being required to report cyber breaches in most shorter time frames; typically, within 48 hours or less. Inability to timely notify regulatory bodies and impacted customers/investors, of a data breach may lead to significant compliance penalties. Check out our latest guidance and insights on this evolving risk.
Vendor Criticality: Highly CriticalOn average, these systems are expose private equity firms to the most risk. Most PE firms lean heavily on data from subscription databases. Sites like CapIQ and Pitchbook provide data on financial transactions, which helps the firms establish comps and get a sense for movement in the market.
Vendor Criticality: Highly CriticalOn average, these systems are expose private equity firms to the most risk. Most PE firms also use a system to keep track of the opportunities for investment that they’re evaluating. Common solutions include a custom Excel sheet or a traditional CRM like Salesforce. But there’s a new class of tracking software popping up that intelligently customizes data and workflows just for PE.
Guidance OverviewIf not already in place, organizations should draft and socialize a formalized Incident Response Plan. An effective plan identifies key steps, stakeholders, and processes involved in the detection, reporting (to include cyber incident breach reporting) containment, and recovery of both cybersecurity and natural disaster incidents. In alignment with best practice, IR plans should be tested and updated at least annually, to ensure response activities are effective in reducing business impact.
Solving Your Biggest Challenges
We understand the complex operational, compliance, and IT risks inherent to companies serving the nation’s leading financial service firms and offer a suite of services to help solve your toughest cyber risk management challenges.
Gather value information from your leaders to formulate a clear view of operational dependencies and critical risks. Use those risks to prioritize and formulate actionable strategies to minimize risk and increase organizational growth.
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Effectively Assessing Cyber Risk To Help A World-Class VC Firm Make Informed Decisions
Valorr led the assessment and evaluation of all cyber-related due diligence activities for a multi-million dollar equity transaction. The U.S.-based firm has more than 5,000 users across 10 countries.
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